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  • ♪ (punk rock music) ♪

  • - (Nigahiga) Are you tired of living the same old comfortable life?

  • Well, with EveRy Airlines, you'll never...

  • - This sounds like Nigahiga, maybe.

  • - Oh, is this, uh, Ryan Higa?

  • - (Nigahiga) Hi, I'm Ryan Higa.

  • - (laughing) My homie! I love you.

  • - My childhood.

  • - I watch all of his videos.

  • - Oh my god, it is him! (deep gasp)

  • (laughing)

  • My childhood is, like, watching.

  • I'm, like, actually crying!

  • I haven't watched him in so long.

  • - (Nigahiga) Here at EveRy Airlines, we've always believed

  • that your experience flying should not just be good,

  • not just great, not even just an all-around amazing experience.

  • So that's what we do.

  • - He's hilarious. I used to watch him religiously.

  • - (flight attendant) Even though you paid for this flight,

  • (laughing) we don't work for you.

  • We're going to be as rude and condescending as we want.

  • - (Nigahiga) EveRy Airlines wouldn't be what it is today

  • without the help of all of you.

  • - So they're just saying that every airline is just terrible?

  • - (Nigahiga) To the parents who ignore their screaming kids member,

  • to the arm rest hugger... - That's the worst.

  • - I'm the, um, arm rest hugger.

  • - (Nigahiga) The guy who sits window, but has to pee every 20 minutes.

  • Even the guy who's constantly farting,

  • thinking we don't know it's him.

  • Check out these satisfied customers showing us their thumbs!

  • - Okay.

  • ♪ (inspirational music) ♪

  • - Oh my gosh.

  • That's the guy who used to be in all of his old videos.

  • - (Nigahiga) But like we always say here at EveRy Airlines:

  • - (all) What other choice do you have?

  • - Their production quality has gone up so much.

  • - (Nigahiga) EveRy Airlines: Just Stay Home.

  • Tee-hee! - That's pretty true.

  • There is no comfortable way to fly.

  • - I love him.

  • Everything he makes is just hilarious.

  • - Nigahiga used to be my life.

  • That's the first thing I ever watched on YouTube.

  • - Let's just jump into it!

  • "Dear Ryan, can you do a soccer trick shot?"

  • Dude, I actually like doing trick shots. - Aw, he's attractive.

  • - He's so cute. I cry.

  • - (Nigahiga) Some of us here play soccer

  • or football-- sorry, for the rest of the world.

  • But I guess we can't let our fans down, right?

  • - Oh!

  • - (laughing)

  • - Oh my gosh.

  • What?!

  • - (laughing)

  • - I wonder how many takes that took.

  • - Nice. NICE!

  • (ball bouncing)

  • - Dude, perfect, hello.

  • (farting) - (snickering)

  • - (Nigahiga) See, easy.

  • And we didn't even break anything this time.

  • (items clatter)

  • - (laughing) - (Nigahiga) Tee-hee!

  • - "Tee-hee!"

  • - He still does amazing trick shots and you're just like, "Whoa!"

  • but there's no music or anything, and he's just like...

  • it's-- it's just-- it's awesome.

  • - He really does take the time to think of new and original content,

  • and it's always funny when you watch it.

  • - Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh!

  • - Oh, I love this video.

  • - Oh, this is Dong Saya Dae.

  • - (Nigahiga) They're still watching K-pop. - (friend 1) This whole time.

  • - (Nigahiga) Why don't we make a K-pop band?

  • - Oh my god!

  • - (friend 1) We can't speak Korean.

  • - (Nigahiga) Wait, David's Korean.

  • - (friend 2) How do you say, "Girl, you got beautiful eyes"?

  • - ( David speaking Korean)

  • - (cracking up)

  • - (Nigahiga) How do you say, like, "Hey, girl. You the shit."

  • - (laughing)

  • - (David) Girl is yeoja. Shit is dong.

  • - Oh god.

  • - Oh, is this a K-pop song? Heck yeah.

  • - (Nigahiga) You already know.

  • Capital B with a lower case "g" with a big A.

  • Boys generally Asian! Where my BgA Army at though?

  • - (cracking up) So stupid.

  • ♪ (singing in Korean) ♪

  • - "Please open the refrigerator."

  • - Is this actually, like, what they're saying? (laughing)

  • - ♪ We are Boys generally... ♪ - This isn't even satire.

  • This is actually what it is.

  • - ♪ We are Boys generally Asian

  • - (laughing)

  • - ♪ (singing in Korean) ♪ - "We're sexy cold noodles."

  • - ♪ (singing Korean) ♪ - Yep, that's true.

  • That's also very true.

  • ♪ (singing in Korean) ♪ - (cracking up)

  • - ♪ (rapping in Korean) ♪ - I love them.

  • I'm gonna buy all their albums.

  • - ♪ (rapping in Korean) ♪ - "Do you want to die?"

  • - (Nigahiga) Oh, you thought we couldn't dance?

  • - (laughing)

  • ♪ (trap music) ♪

  • - Oh my god, I love it.

  • - Watch it not even be them.

  • - Yeah, I was going to say, watch it be different people in the masks.

  • - That's not even them. (laughing)

  • - (cracking up)

  • ♪ (mellow piano ballad) ♪

  • - ♪ (singing softly in Korean) ♪ - Okay.

  • - I'm not gonna lie though.

  • I think Ryan-- he could be-- he could be in a K-pop band.

  • - (girl) Wait. - (Nigahiga) Wait-- what-- what's wrong?

  • - (girl) I kind of have to go poop. - (laughing) What the--?

  • - (Nigahiga) That is disgusting! And so immature.

  • - (laughing) - (Nigahiga) Tee-hee!

  • - That was so spot on. I loved it.

  • - That was one of our first reaction videos,

  • was to his-- was something with a big yoga ball.

  • - He's actually really funny though.

  • I'm gonna actually go watch him after this.

  • - How can you not love Ryan? He's just amazing.

  • - I love him so much. I'm so happy right now.

  • Yes!

  • ♪ (punk rock music) ♪

  • - (FBE) All right, so, give us some thoughts

  • about Ryan Higa and his channel Nigahiga.

  • - He is a great YouTuber.

  • - He was-- for a long time, he was the most subscribed to.

  • - He hasn't changed at all and I love that.

  • Watching those just threw me back to elementary school

  • and middle school.

  • - When I was really little, I remember watching

  • How to Be a Ninja, How to Be a Gangster.

  • - It's kind of like the inspirational story

  • of being a YouTube celebrity per se, where he kind of went

  • from, you know, working out of his house

  • to now he's got a major community, a major mass following.

  • - He's one of those YouTubers who just have the quality content.

  • His personality is just so, like-- I'm drawn to it so easily.

  • I think I started watching him-- god, forever ago.

  • - (FBE) So we showed you some recent videos

  • from his YouTube channel, which has over 18 million subscribers.

  • - He deserves it.

  • - (FBE) What do you think it is that has made his channel

  • so popular and also stay so popular?

  • - Because it's always him.

  • No matter what he does, it's still always Ryan.

  • He's able to make everything funny because he just is who he is.

  • - He's funny, that's why.

  • His videos are pretty high production.

  • - He's just super creative.

  • Like, he's one of the most creative people.

  • He always has something that gets me to laugh.

  • - He seems like he's friendly and inviting,

  • and he's funny. - He seems really positive too.

  • - He really puts effort into his videos,

  • and every week it's like a new and creative topic or joke.

  • - He's just talented. He has a knack for it.

  • Sometimes you're just born with the intuition

  • and the talent to do that type of thing.

  • - Well, I like it so much is because you don't know

  • what you're gonna get every week.

  • It could be a question, it could be a parody,

  • a random sketch, it's just always-- who knows?

  • What does he want to do this week?

  • - He's kind of grown and continued that trend

  • of making really, really good quality comedy content

  • that not many people are still doing.

  • Even around YouTube, I can't think of many people

  • that are making comedy videos that come out as good as his,

  • and short skits like that that reach the same level that his do.

  • - (FBE) So Ryan has been around since 2006

  • with content like lip sync videos.

  • - Everyone started with lip syncing, didn't they?

  • I think Smosh started with lip syncing too.

  • - (FBE) They weren't really made with professional type equipment

  • like many on the internet at that time.

  • Can you talk about what you see is changing

  • for YouTubers over the past ten years?

  • - Oh, yeah, definitely.

  • YouTube used to just be a place where you put dumb videos out.

  • - It's a big platform and it's really cool to see

  • how YouTube has grown-- YouTubers have grown with it.

  • It's a really weird community, but I love it.

  • - Everyone wants to have high production, but no good ideas.

  • Like, it's always-- it's always another challenge of some sort.

  • - More teens are watching YouTube than they are cable television.

  • It gives the creators more money to invest

  • and really make it bigger and better than it was ten years ago.

  • - YouTube is definitely considered a big player in media,

  • so you can't really pass off on YouTube, you know,

  • taking out your webcam and lip syncing to a video

  • because the thing is you're competing now

  • with people who have production teams.

  • - I like the OG YouTube, where you were literally filming

  • on a webcam in a potato, and it wasn't about

  • your production value or how glitzy and glamorous.

  • It's just like, wow, who are you as a person?

  • Some people value production more than the actual content

  • that goes into the production, which kind of makes me sad.

  • - (FBE) Well, it's to the point now that, for a lot of YouTubers

  • and a lot of channels, even for us here, you know,

  • viewers will tell YouTubers that they grew up with their videos,

  • and that's a new thing.

  • You know, you are really the first generation

  • that's been able to grow up with YouTube.

  • How do you think it feels for a YouTuber like Ryan

  • when he's told that someone your age or older

  • grew up watching him? - Probably makes him feel old.

  • - That's gotta be a cool feeling.

  • - Knowing that you've had an impact on somebody's life,

  • and that you've kind of shaped their experience,

  • is definitely a really great thing.

  • - If I was a creator and seeing that, seeing somebody who was eight,

  • watching my videos, and then they're 16 now

  • and they're still watching my videos,

  • I feel like that would make me such a happy person.

  • Videos like-- like, it's what you like, you know?

  • It shapes you as a person and everything.

  • You know, like, me and my friend used to make Nice Guys Finish Last

  • our ringtone for each other, like, all this stuff,

  • and it's just really intense and, like, it just makes me so happy.

  • - (FBE) And, finally, after being around for so long now,

  • what do you think the future holds for Ryan?

  • - He's gonna grow. He's not gonna stop.

  • - Great things, I hope.

  • - He's so talented.

  • I'd love to see him flourish in the industry.

  • - I honestly just think he's gonna keep getting bigger,

  • and keep making great stuff

  • because that's what he's done for fricking forever.

  • - His comedy, like, appeals to so many different people.

  • As long as a YouTuber doesn't lose their personality,

  • which it's clear that Ryan hasn't, it's just good things,

  • you know what I mean?

  • - Thanks for watching this episode of Teens React.

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  • We've got new content every week.

  • - Thanks for watching. Tee-hee!

  • - Thanks for watching me on Teens React.

  • It's been an awesome, awesome, awesome opportunity.

  • Like, I started off as a fan, and now I'm on the show,

  • but I'm looking forward to being on Adults React.

  • I'll see you guys over there. Bye.

  • ♪ (punk rock music) ♪

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